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During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in Richmond, including Patrick Henry's "Give me liberty or give me death" speech in 1775 at St. John's Church. Richmond's economy is primarily driven by law, finance, and government with several notable legal and banking firms, as well as federal, state, and local governmental agencies, located in the downtown area.
Local Newspapers: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Double A Baseball) VCU Rams
Local Colleges: Virginia Commonwealth University University of Richmond
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Taste of Richmond
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on our site. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.RadioShack pulls plug on last Richmond locations
Stuck in bankruptcy for the second time in two years, a national electronics retailer is pulling the plug on the last of its Richmond locations. RadioShack is closing its stores in the Willow Lawn and Dumbarton Square shopping centers.Richmond teacher gets children excited about engineering
Students at John B. Cary Elementary School in Richmond, recently showed off their project-based learning program and science fair projects. Teacher Gwendolyn Brown is teaching the students about engineering.Are you #Ready4K?
RICHMOND, Va. - If you have children or grandchildren who are eligible to start kindergarten this Fall, April 20th is an important date to mark in your calendar.Beva s Homemade Ice Cream reopens after Thanksgiving fire
Bev's Homemade Ice Cream shop in Carytown, across from the Byrd Theatre, has been closed since Thanksgiving, when a fire in the kitchen caused extensive damage to the building. They will reopen on April Fool's Day, April 1, and feature some "exciting special ice creams" for the occasion, in addition to the classic flavors.Why they Keep Fighting: Richmond Protestors Explain Their Resistence to Trump's America
Protesters elicit strong reactions. By design, they interrupt life's rhythms and force people to confront what's happening outside their bubble.Godmother of child beaten to death found guilty of second-degree murder
A Richmond woman will be sentenced in June after pleading no contest to the second-degree murder of 3-year-old Latrice Walden. Danielle L. Turner, 25, was the godmother of Latrice.First Draft of Richmond's Public Art Master Plan Released
People take a photo inside one of artist Josh Wiener's rings, part of Richmond's latest public art installment at the south entrance of the T. Tyler Potterfield Memorial Bridge. Donald Trump may be cutting arts funding nationally, but there's no sign that Richmond's percent-for-art program is going away.Proposed revitalization of Richmond landmarks, neighborhoods
The first draft of a master plan about Richmond's public art is now available, and the city wants to hear from residents before moving forward. The 10-year plan will "include goals for Richmond's public art, define priorities and artistic approaches for the program, identify strategic partnerships and possible sources of alternative funding, and provide direction for ongoing program development and management," according to the City of Richmond.Samsung's fire-prone Note 7 phone may return after recalls
This Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, file photo shows a damaged Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on a table in Richmond, Va., after it caught fire earlier in the day. On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, Samsung said it's considering bringing the recalled, fire-prone Note 7 smartphone back to market as a refurbished or rental phone after consulting with regulatory authorities and carriers and assessing local demands.PHOTOS: Movies and TV shows filmed in Richmond
Meegan Warner as Mary Woodhull, Jamie Bell as Abe Woodhull and Kevin McNally as Richard Woodhull - TURN: Washington's Spies _ Season 2, Press Kit Unit - Photo Credit: Antony Platt/AMC This image released by AMC shows Jamie Bell as Abe Woodhull in a scene from "Turn," premiering Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT.Man suffers life-threatening injuries in southside Richmond shooting
RPD: A man was shot on Berrywood Road and taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. Police are investigating the incident.Grab Your Fork
RICHMOND, Va - March is National Nutrition Month and as we often hear one of the most important parts of healthy eating is portion control. Greg McQuade recently caught up with Virginia This Morning Fan Favorite Chef, Chef K who brought along Registered Dietician Teresa Cross and gave us a fun and interactive lesson.Battle continues over future of Shockoe Bottom
How do we remember the horrors that were carried out in Shockoe bottom during the massive domestic slave trade? It's a question the City of Richmond continues to struggle with. An advocacy group called the Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality is asking the city to expand current plans for a memorial at the Lumpkin's jail site.Richmond man killed in avalanche in Banff National Park
Massachusetts General Hospital officials said Victor Fedorov and another doctor were snowshoeing in Banff National Park in Alberta when they disappeared on March 14. His body was found three days later. We are deeply saddened to share the tragic news that two of our extraordinary and beloved internal medicine residents Lauren Zeitels, MD, PhD, and Victor Fedorov, MD, PhD, died in an avalanche while snowshoeing near Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada.For some, Passover Seder will address global refugee crisis
Abdul Jalal Hashimi grew up in Kabul and fled with his family to the United States after working more than six years against the Taliban alongside American military forces. A 32-year-old Muslim, he has known few Jews personally, but come Passover he'll be among more than a dozen refugees sharing special holiday food and swapping life stories with congregants at Temple Beth-El in his new hometown of Richmond, Virginia.Developers sue landlord over Richmond alley
With a canal-front hotel deal in the works, the group behind The Locks development downtown is taking a neighboring landlord to court for allegedly blocking access to an alley that's needed for the project's next phase. North Falls Acquisitions LLC - comprised of Fountain Properties' Rick Gregory and Tom Papa, and WVS Cos.
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